LifeSize (News - Alert) recently appointed Unity Systems as a distributor of LifeSize HD video conferencing solutions in Australia and New Zealand.
LifeSize Communications provides HD video communication services to businesses of all sizes. Across the globe, numerous organizations are making use of LifeSize systems to communicate timely, business-critical information at an unprecedented level of quality and price for performance.
The company’s UVC Video Center provides powerful streaming, recording and auto-publishing capabilities to the LifeSize high-definition video conferencing portfolio.
Unity Systems operates in areas such as Auckland, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth. LifeSize selected Unity Systems based on factors such as technical expertise, range of IT support services and geographical scope.
With the help of LifeSize UVC Video Center, businesses and clients can press one button to broadcast and record meetings, discussions and presentations to anyone using an internet service.
It is useful for events such as global town hall meetings, HR presentations, sales training, partner discussions, onboarding of new hires. Individuals can easily broadcast any important content available wherever and whenever their audience is ready, the company stated in a press release.
”We realise the tremendous value our reseller partners bring to LifeSize and we are committed to providing them with a fully encompassing channel program that supports their efforts and contributes to their ultimate success,” said Tim Fulton, ANZ Country Manager for LifeSize Communications. “We look forward to working with Unity Systems and delivering the LifeSize HD experience to customers.”
TMC’s (News - Alert) Meenakshi Shankar recently reported that the company partnered with Regus, a provider of flexible workspaces, to extend its HD video conferencing to businesses and the public at more than 240 Regus locations worldwide.
Regus customers can now easily make contact with colleagues across the globe through video or conduct business over HD video while on the move.
Edited by Braden Becker